Brand : Waring

Waring Pro WMK200 Belgian Waffle Maker, Stainless Steel/Black

Waring Pro WMK200 Belgian Waffle Maker

Easy-to-handle rotary feature for even baking

Jar, Lid, Cap

Make delicious restaurant-style waffles at home

Waring Pro WMK200 Belgian Waffle Maker

Bake a delicious, extra-deep 1-inch restaurant style waffle with the Waring Pro WMK200 Belgian Waffle Maker. The easy-to-handle rotary feature provides even baking on top and bottom and the rotary browning control knob adjusts to 6 settings for custom cooking. Clean up is easy with the nonstick coated waffle grids that easily release the waffle.

  • Deep 1-inch Belgian Waffle Grids: for restaurant-style waffles in your own home
  • Lid Handle: used to rotate waffle grids 180 degrees F
  • Browning Control Dial: adjustable from temperature settings 1–6 for different batters and personal preference
  • Indicator Lights: Power light illuminates when the waffle maker is plugged in and the Ready lights illuminate when the waffle grids are preheated and when the baking cycle is complete
  • Measuring Cup: fill to the top with batter for perfectly measured waffles
  • Drip Tray: catches any excess batter and is removable for easy cleaning

Tips for Making Perfect Belgian Waffles

Batter Suggestions
  • Packaged Belgian waffle mixes found in most supermarkets may be used with this unit.
  • For best results, we recommend filling the supplied measuring cup to the top so it will fill the waffle grids.
  • For evenly filled waffles, pour the batter into the center of the lower grid and spread out evenly to the edges. The entire waffle grid should be filled.
  • For added convenience while baking waffles, rest the measuring cup on the lip of the bowl containing the batter until the next baking cycle.
Cooking Suggestions
  • We recommend turning the browning control dial to setting #5 when using commercial pancake/waffle mixes and for the included recipes. If you prefer crisper, darker Belgian waffles, set the browning control higher. If you prefer lighter waffles, turn the browning control dial down.
  • If waffles tend to stick to waffle grids, add slightly more oil or butter to the batter.
  • Belgian waffles taste best when made to order, but baked Belgian waffles may be kept warm in a 200 degrees F oven. Place them in a baking pan or wrap them in foil while in the oven. Waffles wrapped in foil may lose their crispness.
  • Baked waffles may be frozen. Allow them to cool completely, and then place them in a plastic food storage bag. Use waxed paper to keep waffles separated. Reheat in an oven, toaster or toaster oven when ready to serve.


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